Tagged With Facial Recognition Technology

The LAPD banned officers from using facial recognition technology which harvested images from social media by Clearview AI

LAPD officers reportedly used facial recognition 30,000 times in the past decade, contradicting the department's previous denials

Portland becomes the first city to ban the use of facial recognition technology by government agencies and private entities in public spaces

Property tech companies are helping landlords spy on residents, collect their data, and even evict them. Critics are calling it an invasion of privacy that could reinforce inequality.

This interactive map shows you whether police departments near you are using facial recognition, drones, body cameras, and other surveillance tech

Facial-recognition software fails to correctly identify people '96% of the time,' Detroit police chief says

Democratic lawmakers just introduced a bill that would ban the use of facial recognition technology by federal law enforcement

A Chinese firm claims it has built facial recognition tech that identifies people wearing masks with 95% accuracy

The pope has joined forces with Microsoft and IBM to create a doctrine for ethical AI and facial recognition. Here's how the Vatican wants to shape AI.

Amazon sells facial recognition software to police all over the US, but has no idea how many departments are using it

British police will scan people's faces to see if they're criminals, and critics say it's a massive expansion of surveillance

Kamala Harris and other prominent Democrats are demanding an investigation into how facial recognition tech is being used on people who live in public housing

American Airlines has launched facial recognition at the boarding gate, part of a trend sweeping US airports

Facial recognition is almost perfectly accurate — here's why that could be a problem

NAB has created an ATM that lets you withdraw cash using face

A school in China is monitoring students with facial recognition technology that scans the classroom every 30 seconds

16 parts of China are now using Skynet, the facial recognition tech that can scan the country's entire population in a second

Jaywalkers in China could start getting immediate texts from police as soon as they cross the street

19 eerie photos show how China uses facial recognition to track its citizens as they travel, shop -- and even use toilet paper

Chinese police are using facial-recognition glasses to scan crowds for wanted criminals